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Jessica Zartler

Jessica Zartler is a Bangkok-based Social Media Manager and Multimedia Consultant for Taskworld. Before working in Public Relations and Marketing, she was an award-winning television reporter and multimedia journalist for eight years in Florida and Colorado. When she is not hunting for the best content on the web to share with TW users, blogging or producing videos, she is teaching yoga, cooking, playing drums and travelling.

    7 Leadership Styles Straight Out Of History />

    7 Leadership Styles Straight Out Of History

    by / April 12, 2016

    What makes a good leader? From Martin Luther King, to Steve Jobs, to Mahatma Gandhi and Winston Churchill, there are numerous ways to approach leadership. Thankfully, psychologists and business scholars have developed a framework to describe and categorize the main…

    6 Tips To Sell (For Non-Sales People) />

    6 Tips To Sell (For Non-Sales People)

    by / April 8, 2016

    Life is a continuous sales pitch. Whether you’re trying to convince your partner to do the dishes for you, convince your boss to give you a raise, convince your team to adapt a new process or sell an actual project…

    7 Science-Based Ways to De-Stress at Work />

    7 Science-Based Ways to De-Stress at Work

    by / April 1, 2016

    You would think the human body would have evolved it’s stress response. Instead of fighting off bears and woolly mammoths, we now fight copy machines, bosses and the urge to take a nap in the afternoon meeting. Yet, our bodies…

    Are you a proactive or reactive manager? />

    Are you a proactive or reactive manager?

    by / March 24, 2016

    When you are managing what sometimes feels like a circus, there is no one-trick pony that’s going to hold the show. Effective project management requires you to be agile, and not just with a Kanban Board and some fancy business…

    10 Ways to Spring Clean Your Business />

    10 Ways to Spring Clean Your Business

    by / March 11, 2016

    Letting go is liberating. If only we have the courage to reach into our piles of collective sh.. – let’s say clutter – and realize that what we’re holding onto on our desks and in our offices could be blocking…

    Two Words that Can Increase Business by 17% />

    Two Words that Can Increase Business by 17%

    by / March 3, 2016

    The power of gratitude should never be underestimated. It is a force that inspires and plants the seeds of generosity, reciprocity and can create a ripple effect of positivity that expands exponentially to those in your circles and beyond. It…

    3 Ways to Escape the Email Black Hole />

    3 Ways to Escape the Email Black Hole

    by / February 23, 2016

    205 billion. That’s the number of emails sent and received per day last year (The Radicati Group) – more than twice the number of stars in the Milky Way galaxy. If your jaw isn’t on the floor yet, that number…

    Office Romance: How Not to Get Fired or Sued />

    Office Romance: How Not to Get Fired or Sued

    by / February 12, 2016

    “It’s all fun and games until someone gets in a lawsuit.
    Office romance – at its best it can lead to amicable feelings about an open company environment, energize morale, motivate employees to work harder and open new lines of communication.
    At its worst, flings within a company can complicate work relationships, create a decrease in productivity, a conflict of interest or even spark harassment and hostile work environment lawsuits.

    PM Software: Superman Hiding in a Clark Kent Suit />

    PM Software: Superman Hiding in a Clark Kent Suit

    by / February 10, 2016

    What does a multinational CEO with an MBA from Yale and a manager with a high school degree at a fast food place have in common? (HINT: It’s not a trick question) They both have to get people to do…